If the x axis is time ( and the y axis distance), then the faster objects slope will be steeper.
The distance time graph for a faster moving object has a smaller slope than the graph for a slower moving object - This is False
by moving the object thru a smaller distance.
If the distance is not changing, the object is not moving. If the distance is increasing or decreasing linearly then the object is moving at a constant velocity. If the distance is increasing or decreasing parabolically then the object is being accelerated or decellerated.
Force is the only thing that can make a moving object move faster.
it may tell the speed of the moving object
A lever is a device that is used to lift and move a heavy object. It works by changing a large force moving through a small distance to a smaller force moving through a larger distance.
The object does not appear to be staying in one place. Or, it is moving if it's distance from another object is changing.
yes, a moving object have impulse ........................................................................... an object is moving, the force f acting opposite to the object covers some distance in time t, so a moving object have impulse
Motion has occured if the distance between a moving object and a non-moving object changes
Only if you know your location (the coordinate on the distance scale and the time scale) where "you" are can you infer if the object is moving towards you (the absolute distance to the object is decreasing) or away from you (the distance is increasing).
To drive onto a moving object (as, for example, up a ramp onto a moving trailer), you must be going faster than the object to move forward up the ramp, but when you come to a stop relative to the object, you will be moving with the object, so must be moving at the same speed. You must, in fact, decelerate to a stop on the object, or your faster approach speed would carry you through and beyond it.
The answer from the Community, given below, is utter nonsense. In moving an object through a distance, the force does work.
It can measured by calculating distance covered by the moving object in certain period of time.
No, a larger mass will not increase velocity, assuming the same amount of force is applied to a smaller object. If the larger object is accelerated to the same speed as the smaller object, the larger object will have a larger momentum. However, if a faster moving large object were to bang from behind another object, the object banged will end up with a higher speed.
The slope of a line on a distance-time graph represents the speed or velocity. The steeper the line is and the greater the slope of the line is, the faster the object is moving.
One joule is the product of one newton of force moving an object a distance of meter.
If an object moves in a circular path it goes faster when the radius gets smaller according to the equation of circular motion F=mv^2 /r
It depends on what variables are graphed.
There is no fundamental relationship between the distance an object moves and the force applied to it. Once an object is moving, no force is required to keep it moving, and the distance it can move without applied force is unlimited.
By measuring the distance and time
A force will cause a moving object to continue moving. It will also cause the object to move farther and faster until friction slows it down.
force can change the shape and size of an object force can change the direction of an moving object force can make a stationary object move and make a moving object move faster force can slow down or completely stop a moving object
The ratio of distance at which an object is moving to time refers to its speed. A high speed means that the object covers a long distance within a short time.